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Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

FINAL FLOOD WATCH FOR COASTAL CATCHMENTS BETWEEN ROLLINGSTONE AND ST LAWRENCE
Issued at 11:52 am EST on Monday 7 March 2016
Issue Number: 4

Widespread significant rainfall is no longer expected to affect the Flood Watch
area, though locally heavy falls are still possible from storms over the next
few days.

River level rises were recorded across catchments in the Flood Watch area over
the last few days, but river levels are now generally easing. Renewed rises
remain possible with locally heavy rainfall.

Heavy rainfall associated with storms may lead to localised flash flooding.

See www.bom.gov.au/qld/warnings to view the current flood warnings for
Queensland.

See www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood/brochures/flood_watch/ for further information
about Flood Watch.

Remember: If it's flooded, forget it.

For flood emergency assistance contact the SES on 132 500
For life threatening emergencies, call Triple Zero (000) immediately
Current emergency information is available at www.qldalert.com

Weather Forecast:
For the latest weather forecasts see: www.bom.gov.au/qld/forecasts

Next Issue:
No further Flood Watches will be issued for this event.

This advice is also available by dialling 1300 659 219 at a low call cost of
27.5 cents, more from mobile, public and satellite phones.
Warning, rainfall and river information are available at
www.bom.gov.au/qld/flood
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